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The Embodied Healthcare Professional:

Present, Resourced, Open

 

Course overview:

Reporting, information overload, burnout. The demands of today’s healthcare system are challenging. How might we use the body as a resource to better support ourselves and our clients?

This 3-hour workshop invites you back to basics, shifting our focus from mind to whole-body experience, considering the idea of embodied presence, and showing you how to introduce creative, movement-based interventions into your client work. Through a range of practical exercises, reflection, observation and discussion, we’ll consider embodiment as a self-care practice, as a way of being and as a way to enliven our work with clients.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Understand the meaning of the word ‘embodied’
  • Practise the tracking of body process, starting with yourself
  • Experience movement and embodiment as a form of self-care
  • Reflect on the benefit of embodied presence in your life
  • Learn how to incorporate movement into your client work with greater confidence
  • Practise being with another person from an embodied state

What ideas are explored?

  • The concept of sustainable practice in healthcare
  • Movement as metaphor
  • The body – an often-missed resource that’s right under your nose
  • Shifting our mindset to include the body
  • Embodiment is not something we do, it’s how we are
  • Movement practices are not difficult to introduce into client work

Training methods will include:

  • Interactive and practical presentation
  • Large and small group discussions
  • Live demonstrations and experientials of methods
  • Guided movement experiences
  • Opportunities to reflect on applications of the material

Please note, this is a LIVE and INTERACTIVE training event. We don't record this.

Who Should Attend?

Psychologists, social workers, counsellors, diversional therapists, case workers, psychotherapists, allied health professionals and students of these disciplines. No prior knowledge necessary.

Workshop Facilitator

Presenter - Robyn Price, Dance Movement Therapist 

  

Robyn is a Dance Movement Therapist, DTAA (Clin) and Gestalt Psychotherapist, who has worked somatically and creatively with people of all ages for more than 18 years, within organisations and in private practice, with individuals and groups.

 

Her extensive knowledge of body process, movement, nonverbal communication and dance making equips her to work with a wide range of people and issues. Her approach is supportive, relational, creative and trauma-informed and her experience includes: Addictions, Attachment, Developmental Movement, Grief, Identity, Life Transitions, Mental Health, Mindfulness, Trauma Recovery and Workplace Issues.

 

Robyn is a Registered DTAA and PACFA Member, an educator, qualified supervisor and workshop facilitator.

Training Date and Times

 

15th March 2022, 10AM - 1PM AEDT (SYDNEY TIME)

 

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Cost

Special Price $150 

Workshop Details:

  • 3 CPD hours
  • Access to slides and link to create Certificate of Attendance
  • GST

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Participant Feedback 

Thanks Robyn, this was very informative.  

The contents are new for me and will be really useful 

Thank you so much Robyn! I have learnt a lot today. 

We just loved the idea of having extra resources - no need for our group to speak :) 

Thank you everyone a real eye opener! 

Brilliant, Robyn. Thank you for sharing, Everybody

You've opened my eyes to further nuance with embodiment practices Robyn, which was really helpful. Thank you! 

Thank you Robyn, that was fantastic, informative and experiential. 

Thanks so much Robyn, that was really informative and helpful. 

Wonderful presentation Robyn ! 

Thankyou - the idea of moving the spine separately is very eye opening and I can not wait to explore this more - potentially even add into my morning exercise regime - thanks again 

Simple and informative. Got to say I loved this training. Thanks so much! I will be adding the head turn into small activities for our healing trauma group.